To extend provisions of mining laws to certain lands in Bitter Root Valley, Montana.

by United States. Congress. House. Committee on Public Lands

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  • Land use,
  • Mining engineering,
  • Bitterroot River Valley (Mont.)
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    Other titlesMining laws to apply to certain lands in Bitter Root Valley, Montana
    The Physical Object
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    Pagination2 p.
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    Open LibraryOL16101343M

Long before this period, however, as early as , Father Peter J. De Smet, S.J., had come from St. Louis in response to an invitation conveyed by a deputation from the Flathead Indians to Christianize that tribe. He established St. Mary's Mission in the Bitter Root valley near the present town of Stevensville. Manner of locating claim. A person who discovers upon the public domain of the United States, within the state of Montana, a vein, lode, or ledge of rock in place bearing gold, silver, cinnabar, lead, tin, copper, or other valuable deposits or a placer deposit of gold or other deposit of minerals having a commercial value that is subject to entry and patent under the mining laws of. OCLC Number: Description: vi, pages: illustrations ; 23 cm. Contents: Preface --Additional requirements and notations --Title 82 --minerals --Chapter 1 --General provisions --Part 1 --Geophysical exploration --Part 2 --Cancellation and forfeiture of oil, gas, or mineral leases --Part 3 --Trusts for unlocatable mineral owners --Chapter 2 --Mining generally --Part 1 --Location and. Madison, Granite, Jefferson, and other counties with gold, silver, and other mining activity found In Montana. Quick Facts , records of mining claims on public land managed by the Bureau of Land .

  The Surface Mining Control and Reclamation Act (SMCRA) can be used to try to clean up abandoned coal mines on private and state lands (as well as federal land. Montana stockmen and farmers survived the slump in mining during the early s and were ready by mid-decade to expand eastward onto the plains, as a recovery in mining led to improved markets. However, cattle ranching expanded beyond the carrying capacity of the land, and a drought year combined with the harsh winter of decimated. Rules and Regulations Governing the Montana Hard Rock Mining Reclamation Act Click on the rule number to see the detail of the rule. Press Ctrl-F to search by text. This is FindLaw's hosted version of the Montana Code Annotated Title Minerals, Oil, and Gas. Use this page to navigate to all sections within Title Minerals, .

Opinion for Brennan v. Jones, 55 P.2d , Mont. — Brought to you by Free Law Project, a non-profit dedicated to creating high quality open legal information. Montana has a rich history of gold, silver, copper, and coal mining. It ranks 8th in total gold production among the Western states. For more than a century, miners and the mining industry have brought untold wealth and class to Montana. The Mining Law of still allows speculators to remove minerals from public lands . The Mining Law of still allows speculators to remove minerals from public lands for just a small fee. If not for mining, Montana would not have been settled for years later than it actually was. But in those days, people did not understand the long-term impacts mining practices could have on the land. The public lands offer a broad range of outdoor activities that include collecting resources such as firewood, gemstones, pine nuts and fossils for personal enjoyment and use. This is a summary of what may be collected from public lands. The BLM encourages people to explore the nearly 48 million acres of public land in Nevada. Collecting on.

To extend provisions of mining laws to certain lands in Bitter Root Valley, Montana. by United States. Congress. House. Committee on Public Lands Download PDF EPUB FB2

An Act to provide for the Removal of the Flathead and other Indians from the Bitter Root Valley, in the Territory of Montana. Jun 5, PDF, KB: Chapter An Act to carry into Effect the fourth Article of the Treaty of February twenty-three, eighteen hundred and sixty-seven, with the Seneca, Shawnee, Quapaw, and other Indians.

Jun 5,   Bitter Root Valley, Montana, land patents confirmed. An act to confirm and validate patents to certain lands situated in the Bitter Root Valley, State Montana.

book Montana, above the mouth of the Lo Lo Fork of the Bitter Root River. Ma resources in Montana was begun in July by the U.S. Geological Survey and the Montana Bureau of Mines and Geology. The appraisal of the water resources of the Bitterroot Valley was one of the first projects started under the cooperative agreement.

The main objectives were to determine (1) character and extent of the water-bearingAuthor: R.G. McMurtrey, H.A. Swenson. Vir ginia and John Hawker, longti me Bitter root Valley res idents, r ecentl y sol d most of their Corvallis-area farml and to a Ham i lton realtor.

~he hawker family had owned and farmed the land, s ome of the richest in the valley, since the early s. Before the~i hou;: ht it, t he l and. An act to convey certain lands and buildings to the city of Reno, Nevada: Aug.

26, PDF: Chapter An act to amend sections 3 and 4 of the Act of July 3,entitled "an act for the rehabilitation of the Bitter Root irrigation project, Montana" Aug.

26, PDF: Chapter The Montana Department of Environmental Quality is charged with protecting a clean and healthy environment as guaranteed to our citizens by our State Constitution.

Our ultimate goal is to protect public health and to maintain Montana's high quality of life for current and future generations. The recorded laws and practices of mining extend back nearly years.

Throughout this long history, certain principles remain constant: minerals rights have generally been held by governments; miners have had the right to enter land to explore for and mine minerals; and miners had to pay some kind of fee to landowners or government.

The Mining Law also contains provision for acquiring five-acre claims of non-mineral land for millsite purposes. A mining operation typically is comprised of many mining claims.

The holder of a valid unpatented mining claim has possessory title to the land covered thereby, which gives the claimant exclusive possession of the surface for mining. Montana is no exception. Most of these laws are so outdated, our local lawmakers probably aren’t even aware of their existence.

We’re aware that these uncertain times are limiting many aspects of life as we all practice social and physical distancing.

An act to extend certain provisions of the Housing and Rent Act ofas amended, and for other purposes: Mar. 30, PDF: Chapter An act to authorize the Board of Commissioners for the District of Columbia to establish a daylight-saving time in the District: Mar.

31, PDF: Chapter An act to suspend certain import taxes on copper. Montana, mountainous or full of mountains 1 Many infer that the word is of Spanish origin, a corruption, perhaps, of Montana a mountain, but it is purely Latin. It was a natural adoption, and the manner of it is given elsewhere.

is a name, as herein used, no less beautiful than significant. From the summit of its loftiest peak – Mount Hayden – may be seen within a day’s ride of each. The Mining Law, in fact, contains no environmental provisions, but mineral exploration and development are subject to state and federal environmental regulations, including those established by the Forest Service and the Bureau of Land Management (BLM).

MEIC is at the forefront of the reform of mining in Montana. MEIC has long been known for its work on irresponsible hardrock mining in Montana – specifically its role in passing I, the citizen-passed law that prohibits new open-pit, cyanide leach mines in the mining has also seen a recent resurgence in recent years, and MEIC is working hard to account for the devastating open.

Montana Stream Access Law Under the Montana Stream Access Law, the public may use rivers and streams for recreational purposes up to the ordinary high-water mark. Although the law gives recreationists the right to use rivers and streams for water-related recreation, it does not allow them to enter posted lands bordering those streams or to.

Montana Law Review Volume 37 Issue 2Summer Article 2 Montana's Statutory Protection of Surface Owners from Strip Mining and Resultant Problems of Mineral Deed Construction Allan L. Karell Follow this and additional works at: Part of.

Montana Days of Outlaws, Vigilantes and Miners' Courts. While the Civil war was raging most violently from the Mississippi Valley to the Atlantic Coast and the Federal Government was absorbing all its powers in the stupendous task of "putting down the Rebellion," little could be accomplished in the way of organizing the western territories of the national domain.

Because he never forgot the kinship he'd developed with the earth in his early years in Montana's Bitter-root Valley, Metcalf knew there was a connection between the way land was managed and the public well being.

He often used the Bitterroot as an example of how uncontrolled development wreaks havoc on both natural resources and people. About Mining and MineralsThe Mining Law, as amended, opened the public lands of the United States to mineral acquisition by the location and maintenance of mining claims.

Mineral deposits subject to acquisition in this manner are generally referred to as "locatable minerals." Locatable minerals include both metallic minerals (gold, silver, lead, copper, zinc, nickel, etc.). Lands in lieu of occupied lands granted to Montana.

No lands in sections sixteen and thirty-six now occupied, as set forth in article three of the agreement herein ratified, or withdrawn for irrigation under the provisions of said reclamation act, shall be reserved for school purposes, but the State of Montana shall be entitled to indemnity for.

Stillwater Mining District Montana 2, 2, 7 43, 41 52 0 13 Virginia City Mining District Montana 41 11, 4 11 2 83 Park-Indian Creek-Hassel Mining District Montana 3 8, 67 3 24 0 40 Troy Mining District Montana 8, 49 22 9 0 18 Noxon Mining District Montana 8, 8 1. Montana has quite the mining legacy.

Butte was once called the Richest Hill on Earth, and Helena one had more millionaires per capita than anywhere else. Reminders of our history are still prevalent in our mining towns, and these photos show a glimpse into what life was like in the days when working in the mines were the way Montanans made.

All of these parties, with their wagons and teams, came in at the head of the Bitter Root valley. Upon our arrival in the valley, we found Henry Brooks and Thomas Adams at Cantonment Stevens, and at Fort Owen, Henri M.

Chase and wife, W. Tallman and Louis Robouin, commonly called Louis : Michael A. Leeson. Congress. Senate. Committee on Public Lands, 2 books Lena Eversole Bell, 1 book Henry Wetherbee Henshaw, 1 book Clarence Popham, 1 book United States. Congress. House, 1 book Bitter Root Valley Irrigation Company., 1 book Ada Powell, 1 book Rick Torre, 1 book.

THE WESTERN MONTANA PLACER MINING COMPANY - Incorporated Under the Laws of Montana - Stock certificate issued to company secretary, C. Crysler shares. $10, was a huge sum of money in. Worked the Bessie M. Dredge near Martina, Montana and had placer gold workings on Nine Mile owned the Lo Lo Quartz Mine near Lo Lo.

The law authorized mining districts to govern the method of locating and recording claims, and to specify the amount of work necessary to hold the claims in so far as district regulations were not in conflict with the laws of the United States or the laws of Utah (Statutes at Large, Treaties, and Proclamations, of the United States of America.

"The Bitter Root Valley, above the Lo-Lo Fork, in the Territory of Montana, having been carefully surveyed and examined in accordance with the eleventh article of the treaty of Jconcluded at Hell Gate, in the Bitter Root Valley, between the United States and the Flathead, Kootenai, and Upper Pend d'Oreilles Indians, which was ratified by the Senate March 8,has proved, in.

Discussion of Montana mining law --Introduction --Acknowledgements --Public land survey --Definitions, terms, and geology --History of mining law --Laws which affect mining in Montana --Lands subject to location --Public lands --National forests --Withdrawn lands --National parks and monuments --State lands --Indian reservations --Private land.

Federal and State agencies will continue to aid and abet hardrock mining on public lands unless there is reform of the Mining Law. Protecting public resources on public lands will depend on the advocacy efforts of citizens across the nation who cherish these landscapes and Montanans who prefer to hunt, fish, and recreate on these lands.

The Montana Department of Environmental Quality currently regulates bonding requirements for mining operations in the state. If the EPA enacted the rule, it would replace Montana’s regulations.

In a comment letter filed with the United States Environmental Protection Agency in Julythe Montana Department of Environmental Quality voiced.

The complainant in the bill alleges that it is the owner and entitled to possession of certain property therein described, known as and called the Pennsylvania lode mining claim, lot No. situated in Summit Valley Mining District, County of Silver Bow, Montana.

A full description of the land. MONTANA MINING COMPANY, Limited, Plff. in Err., v. ST. LOUIS MINING & MILLING COMPANY OF MONTANA. But the mining laws of both state and territory were in force, and in construing conveyances of mining claims the provisions of those laws must be taken into account, and may add to or subtract from the rights passing by a common-law conveyance.cation.

This boom-and-bust cycle defi ned Montana’s economy during the Gold Rush Era, and it continued to shape life in Montana and all across the West for the next years.

The Big Picture Gold discoveries triggered a fl ood of new people into Montana. They used and thought about the land in an entirely different way than the Indian.Quantity linear feet of shelf space Collection Number MC (collection) Summary This collection consists of records () of the Anaconda Copper Mining Company and contains correspondence, court papers, financial and production records, legal documents, organizational records, subject files, and other materials for the Anaconda Copper Mining Company and many of its .